I’ve got a bit of a shocking statistic for you. Did you know that around two thirds of road deaths happen on country roads? That’s more than urban roads and motorways combined. What’s going on here?
OK, let me ask a quick question. How many of you have driven at night? If you’re a learner driver, I wouldn’t expect a huge response. If you’re a recently qualified driver, I wouldn’t expect a huge response. If you’re an experienced driver…what are you doing here!? No, seriously, stick around – we’ve got plenty of great advice for you too.
This post is part three in a blog series. You can read part one here and part two here.
At the age of 51 I decided to take my bike test in early spring this year. Through the team at RMT I progressed through really enjoyable and high-quality training that allowed me to get my full license in June.
Going to start this week’s blog with a number…see if you can guess why it’s important.
What do you think? No, it’s not the size of pint glass you can drink from on a night out (don’t drink and drive at all, people.)
It is, in fact, the minimum legally allowed tread depth of the tyres on your car.
A couple of years ago we posted a blog about the ‘top 10’ reasons people fail their driving tests. Since then, the practical test has changed to include following directions from a sat nav and testing different manoeuvres.
To B or not to B
Well, summer’s here at last. The cuckoos of spring are just a distant memory, the clouds have rolled back and it’s time for some fun in the sun.